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Fleur De Lis Hotel
6-8 Delf St

CT13 9BZ | View map

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The Fleur de Lis Hotel: The Fleur is ideally located in the heart of the ancient Cinque Port of Sandwich. It comprises 11 room hotel accommodation, an atmospheric bar and a spacious high-quality restaurant incorporating the town's old Corn Exchange, ideal as a special event venue. With the ideal break before your cross-channel journey or the discovery of Kent, the Garden of England - the Fleur de Lis and the Medieval Cinque Port of Sandwich offer much, much more than a short break. Explore the Area: Sandwich is close to the Cathedral City of Canterbury, the channel tunnel and only a few miles form the cross-channel ports of Folkestone and Dover. There are many leisure activities and attractions nearby, including golf with the Open Championship Links Courses, Sailing, Bird Watching, Bowls, Wind-surfing, Fresh-water and Sea angling. However the main attraction is Sandwich itself, with a history pre dating Roman times, Richborough Roman Fort is close by, and the narrow winding streets with overhanging buildings make Sandwich one of the best preserved medieval towns in England. The 11 en-suite bedrooms are all tastefully decorated. Each room is furnished with a colour television with Sky channels, a telephone, laptop ports, tea and coffee making facilities. The rooms are available as single, twin, double or family occupancy.

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